About Us

Collanet Africa is an edu-tech startup on a mission to empower young people for tomorrow’s world. Through the Collapetitive Way, we help learners to cultivate the principles of effective self-study & collaborative learning for excellence in academics, discipline and compassion.

Convenient Lessons

Well-planned, drip-fed lessons to meet the learner’s needs.

Comprehensive Quizzes

Quizzes are set to help the learner meet learning objectives.

24/7 Access

Learners can access their learning materials anytime from anywhere.

Collanet Africa’s Story

With the introduction of the Competence Based Curriculum (CBC), emphasis has been laid on the development of competencies and collaborative learning. Learner engagement is given priority to share individual perspectives and promote interpersonal learning.

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) offers the most promising pillar in the education system to accelerate industrialization and technological development for any nation. However, majority of learners perform dismally in STEM subjects making it a challenge to consolidate growth.

Collanet Africa offers solutions for blended learning through The Colla-petitive Way to help learners develop academic competence, collaboration and concern for one another.

Short Tour Around Collanet Africa….

January 1, 2022

Growing Online Classes

We started online classes when the pandemic struck. Our library of courses, units, lessons, and other learning resources keep growing. We are getting enrollments every day. We have now expanded our resources to include college content. We have also integrated community forums for peer interactions and community help for quick access to extra resources.

January 1, 2022
November 27, 2020

STEMEIC 2020 Conference

We share our milestones and success stories at the international conference. Our work draws a lot of interest from the stakeholders. You can read our abstract via the link provided down the page.

November 27, 2020
October 14, 2019

We Have a Book!

We have consolidated the knowledge we have gathered into a book. Our Collapetitive Strategies are now available in a learner’s guidebook to help learners master effective learning methods for knowledge retention. You can get a copy from the shop.

October 14, 2019
May 1, 2019

Collapetitive Strategies

A lot of thought has been spent. Many schools have been visited. Lots of literature consulted. Sessions with parents held. The conclusion of the matter? There are problem and young learners are casualties. The current competitive education system promotes “survival for the fittest” model of the society, which disadvantages most members of the society. We choose to go against the grain and develop a method that encourages teamwork and collaboration – Collapetitive Strategies. Learners love it.

May 1, 2019
September 9, 2018


Two friends come together. One has been selling books with a leading publisher for more than 10 years. The other one is a green horn. They both agree that young people hold the potential to change how the world operates, but only if they are adequately prepared for it. Time to act is now. They start brainstorming on the best way to contribute to the change. A movement is born.

September 9, 2018

CBC In A Nutshell

We have summarized the CBC learning pathways in this infographic. A free resource for you.

cbc learning pathways collanet africa


Collant Africa presented at the STEMEIC 2020 Virtual Conference hosted at MMUST. You can click the button below to download and read our abstract from CEMASTEA website.

Improve your Academic Performance

Learn how to study and master the subject content so you can perform better in your forthcoming exam.

Collapetitive Guide Book
Collapetitive Guide Book
Our strategy uses peer influence to address social and academic challenges among learners. Each learner is a discipline cop, always looking out for the interest of the team.

This list contains an array of issues we empower the learners to solve through the colla-petitive strategy.

  1. Lateness to school or class
  2. Failure to update teacher’s class notes
  3. Failing to do teacher’s assignment or homework
  4. Copying/plagiarizing assignments; consultation & discussion to understand should NOT be penalized
  5. Failing to sit for exams or blank spaces in exams or scoring below a certain threshold (e.g. Below 50 %/ C+)
  6. Sleeping in class or not being attentive during a lesson
  7. Intimidating or mocking or bullying or coercing others, e.g. To do illegal through threats, laughing at them, belittling others, etc.
  8. Absenteeism without permission or genuine reason
  9. Parents/guardians failing to pay agreed upon fees/charges or failing to attend school meeting/lateness
  10. Rudeness and abusive to teachers, parents and fellow students
  11. Failure to attend assigned duties or attending them lazily, improper disposal; sweeping, community work, etc.
  12. Failure to obey school language policy
  13. Wearing unwashed or torn clothes e.g. Shirt/blouse, socks, face masks etc.
  14. Failure to dress presentably on proper school attire as per the established codes
  15. Failure to take a bath or sanitize / untidiness and poor grooming
  16. Stealing other students’ personal properties (clothes, calculators, log tables, set books etc.)
  17. Talking or listening to negative talks about a subject, topic, learner, parent, teacher or a leader
  18. Found loitering aimlessly after school or class; betting, bars, pools, play station, in videos/music shops
  19. Possessing material not allowed in school: foodstuffs, phones, clothes, cigarettes, drugs etc.
  20. Lying, cheating, prohibited mobile/computer chatting
  21. Vulgarity towards your fellow students and/or teachers
  22. Being disrespectful to anyone within learner’s environment
  23. Affectionate (sexual) relationships in and out of school
  24. Failure to attend or arriving late to prescribed events e.g. worship services, assemblies, debates, etc.
  25. Influencing others negatively – sneaking out of school/ planning strikes
  26. Being selfish with knowledge or books or misleading others in academics
  27. Failing to participate actively during science practical/ experiments
  28. Failing to self-evaluate and colla-petate as per Collanet Africa & Learners’ Agreement
  29. Labeling reagents wrongly to mislead others or failing to obey laboratory rules
  30. Failing to follow prescribed guidelines during routine school programs (e.g. queuing during meals).

Meet Our Lead Instructors

Cyrus Kihara

Teaches Mathematics and Chemistry.

Nancy Gathimba

Teaches Mathematics and Physics. 

Jane Gachau

Teaches Mathematics and Chemistry.

Sheillah Kosgei

Teaches Biology and Chemistry.

Mbugua Kigo

Teaches Mathematics and Physics.

Mathaga John

Teaches Mathematics and Chemistry.

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